Tenant and Tenant’s Contractor need to provide the following information to the Building Management Office three (3) weeks prior to the intended move date.
For the benefit of all Tenants, major moves/deliveries can only be accommodated on weekends or after 6:00 p.m. on weekdays. Please specify the date and time desired as soon as possible to avoid conflicts with the reservations of the Loading Dock and Service Elevators.
The moving contractor shall be responsible for all damages and losses sustained to tools and equipment utilized in the performance of all work there under. When moving into the building, please contact the Building Management Office for assistance. The management office will issue your tenant representative an access card/key, which grants access to the building. Additional cards will be issued upon request. Shorenstein requires that the moving contractor provide protection for building flooring, walls and elevators during loading and unloading.
Please submit the name of the moving company, telephone number and name and number of the onsite moving supervisor. It is recommended that the moving company supervisor visit the building to become familiar with the elevator locations, clearances and conditions before the move is scheduled. In addition, the moving company must submit a certificate of insurance prior to the move and must comply with all moving rules and regulations. Please have the movers use plywood or Masonite to cover the carpets, elevators, and wall covering to prevent any unnecessary damage. The moving contractor will be responsible for any damage to the building incurred during the move. Movers must report any electrical problems or equipment breakdowns that occur. At the conclusion of any move, the moving company is responsible for removing all trash, packing cartons, and moving boxes. The building trash containers are not to be used for moving debris.
The building has two separate freight elevators accessible through the loading dock. The elevators and the service entrance to the building are the only means to be used for moving boxes, furniture or equipment. Passenger elevators and lobby entrances may not be used during a move. All vehicles used for loading and unloading must use the loading dock. Damage caused to any elevator or to the building during a move will be charged to the tenant. All materials, pallets, etc., to be hoisted in service elevators must be containerized and broken down or sized to fit the cabs and will be limited in weight and size to the capacity of the elevators as follows:
#5 Low-Rise Freight Elevator
(Floors: Sub, Lobby, 2,7 thru 22)
Cab Height: 120” or 10’6”
Cab Depth: 60” or 5’
Cab Width: 90” or 7’5”
Door Opening: 4’x6’ 11”-1/2
Weight Limit: 3,500 lbs.
#10 High-Rise Freight Elevator
(Floors: Sub, Concourse, Lobby, 23 thru 37)
Cab Height: 120” or 10’
Cab Depth: 60” or 5’
Cab Width: 80” or 6’5”
Door Opening: 4’x6’11”-1/2
Weight Limit: 4,000 lbs.
Please specify in writing exactly how the company name should be listed.
Please specify in writing exactly what should appear on the suite sign.
Will your company be utilizing all the spaces provided for in the Lease? Please turn in the parking applications as soon as possible, so that parking cards may be programmed.
Please provide a list of all employees who will need access to the building.
Notify the United States Postal Service and all clients of the new mailing address before the actual move-in date.
It is necessary that any company or persons performing work for any tenant are fully insured with proper additional insured as outlined in the Lease Agreement. Please forward copies of the certificates of insurance, before any work is performed, to the Building Management Office.
The Lease contains the building rules and regulations. If you have a question, please contact the Building Management Office.
Please ask the moving contractor to contact the property manager well in advance of the moving date to schedule use of the elevator
Move-In Rules & Regulations
Please contact your Building Management Office for specific moving requirements
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